Splenda Could Destroy Algae’s Ability to Eat CO2

Data shows that Splenda is excreted by humans nearly 100 percent unchanged, and can persist in the environment for years. Some scientists say the substance could change organisms’ feeding behaviors and interfere with plant photosynthesis. They report, for example, that it could possibly shut down CO2 uptake in algae.

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